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Carl Allen M.

Plant Manager

Stauffer Chemical

Stauffer Chemical

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General Chemical

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bachelor's degree
chemistry
Carl M. Allen

bachelor's degree
chemistry
University of Massachusetts

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Newsday.com - Carl Allen, Honored In WWI, 108

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Carl Allen, Honored In WWI, 108Newsday.com - Carl Allen, Honored In WWI, 108

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Westboro, Mass. - Carl M. Allen, a chemical warfare expert who received the French Legion of Honor for his service during World War I, died in his sleep Saturday at The Willows retirement home.He was 108.
Allen worked at an Army laboratory in France, where he disarmed unexploded German bombs to test the nerve gas inside.After the war, Allen worked for General Chemical, and he later became a plant manager for Stauffer Chemical in Bentonville, Va.
He finished his career with the Virginia Division of Industrial Development in Richmond.Allen retired in 1964 and left eight years later for Framingham, Mass.He moved to The Willows after his wife, Ruth, died in 1984.
Born in Holyoke, Mass., Allen graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1914 with a bachelor's degree in chemistry.
He is survived by a son, Carl H. Allen, of Basking Ridge, N.J.; daughters Nancy Bond, of Carrollton, Texas, and Judy Staver of Jacksonville, Fla.; 15 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
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WESTBORO, Mass. (AP) -- Carl M. Allen, a chemical warfare expert who received the French Legion of Honor for his service during World War I, died in his sleep Saturday at The Willows retirement home.He was 108.
Allen worked at an Army laboratory in France, where he disarmed unexploded German bombs to test the nerve gas inside.
After the war, Allen worked for General Chemical, and later became a plant manager for Stauffer Chemical in Bentonville, Va.He finished his career with the Virginia Division of Industrial Development in Richmond.
Allen retired in 1964, and left eight years later for Framingham, Mass.He moved to The Willows after his wife, Ruth, died in 1984.
Born in Holyoke, Mass., Allen graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1914 with a bachelor's degree in chemistry.
He is survived a son, Carl H. Allen, of Basking Ridge, N.J.; daughters Nancy Bond, of Carrollton, Texas, and Judy Staver of Jacksonville, Fla.; 15 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
Copyright 2001 Associated Press.All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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